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art for art's sake

By Leila (articles ) | Dec 05, 2003

The New York Times has no problem with scripts for students involving sex with dead people (Diogenes, call your office). However weakly, NYU refuses to cave...

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  • Posted by: windsor - Dec. 05, 2003 12:13 PM ET USA

    The saddest part is she will think she's been educated and have a diploma to prove it!!

  • Posted by: patriot6908 - Dec. 05, 2003 10:23 AM ET USA

    Another Galileo stopped in her tracks, poor censored genius! Ah, the prudes at NYU just don't comprehend art. And the New York Times is on the side of truth, justice and the American as shown in sleazy video booths where true cultural connoisseurs are banished by these gestapos who trample upon budding creativity. Can we ever again think of NYU as a great center of learning?

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